Why Was Martin Luther King Jr so Important?

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Martin Luther King Jr. was very important because he was the voice of the American civil rights movement that worked for equal rights for all. Martin was well-known for using non-violent resistance to prevail over injustices, and he never got drained of trying to end separation laws.
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Martin Luther King was important because started nonviolent protest .He also was important because he fought for equal rights. He did these things so the whites and the blacks would
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Anniversary of the birthday of a great man when the (Black) community is supposed to pull together for a day to contribute and/or give something back to the community by way of unpaid
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